Nefta, the Web3 technology platform, has announced a new partnership with MYSTiC GAMES. The new game development studio is creating Web3 integrated mobile games featuring free-to-own NFTs, earned organically through gameplay. Nefta will act as advisers for MYSTiC GAMES, providing support for token minting, wallet creation, and launching the marketplace for the upcoming mobile MMO where players can trade their NFTs.
Founded in 2022 by industry veterans Matthew Buxton and Jakob Braunisch, and with a recent funding round of $1.3m led by Shima Capital, MYSTiC GAMES is on a mission to make blockchain gaming accessible. All NFTs within the soon-to-be-announced mobile game will be free and found organically by players through gameplay. Each NFT can also be easily traded with other players and will retain their value with no crypto wallet needed, further reducing the barrier to entry.
Through its innovative CATALYST platform, MYSTiC GAMES will bring players an accessible and free blockchain experience, shunning the existing pay-to-win model. VoYd Tokens won in the game will be transferable between players, and can be spent in-game as well as staked and sold. VoYd tokens and NFTs will be shared across future games built on the CATALYST platform, facilitating full cross compatibility. The entire ecosystem will be managed by the upcoming MYSTiC DAO, allowing players to own a part of their games, take part in shaping future releases, and eventually profit from participation in growing the community.
Nefta will play an integral part in the development of the new title, bringing trust and structure to its Web3 elements by managing the MYSTiC GAMES token, creating a wallet native to the game, supporting with Web3 onboarding and creating a white-label marketplace.
Geeshan Willink, CEO and Co-Founder of Nefta, said:“We share MYSTiC GAMES’ passion and ambition to make the world of Web3 more accessible, and are proud to offer our support to help make this a reality. The founder’s rich experience in the mobile gaming sector, combined with Nefta’s end-to-end Web3 solutions, means that we will be able to bring accessible and fun blockchain gaming experiences to a wider audience in the future.”
Built on the Polygon blockchain, an offshoot of Ethereum, Nefta will utilise the ‘proof of stake’ methodology built into the Ethereum chain to keep Gas Fees low, as well as reducing the environmental impact.
Matthew Buxton, CEO and Co-Founder of MYSTiC GAMES, said: “After 17 years of working on great mobile titles for the likes of Rovio, King, and Miniclip, we’re excited to take on a new challenge and bring blockchain gaming into the mainstream with MYSTiC GAMES. With a focus on accessibility, we’re looking forward to creating fun and engaging games that foster a dynamic and long-lasting community. With Nefta acting as a one-stop shop for all our Web3 needs now and into the future, we can’t wait to break down the barriers to entry and make blockchain gaming an integral part of the industry moving forward.”
MYSTiC GAMES’ inaugural title, Call of the VoYd, is currently in development. More details will be announced soon.
Founded by games industry veterans, Nefta is a Web3 technology platform that helps businesses launch and grow high quality Web3 products to engage new audiences, and establish sustainable blockchain economies.
Powering the future of gaming, Nefta is a one-stop-shop for Web3 tools, providing comprehensive end-to-end solutions for businesses looking to enter and grow in the Web3 space. Nefta provides seamless integration for digital assets, multi-chain wallets, tokens, custom marketplaces, white label services and more, using bespoke APIs and SDKs. With Nefta’s support, businesses gain valuable insight into blockchain economies, monetization and user analytics. Nefta has raised additional VC funding from investment rounds, and is rapidly growing.
About MYSTiC GAMES
MYSTiC GAMES is a crew of industry veterans on a mission to create the next wave of heart stopping multiplayer mobile games. We’re player first, player friendly and soon to be player owned.
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